In collective agreements, the general rule is that, when dismissal is necessary, employees are chosen in reverse order of the age of the company. Employees most likely to be recruited are therefore the most likely to be laid off. This is a “last in, first out” rule. Seniority is approximately the seniority of an employee. However, some periods cannot be deducted from an employee`s seniority, although they are seniority. For example, when an employee is promoted to a management position and subsequently returns to the bargaining unit, some or all of the duration of management may not be taken into account in the employee`s seniority, although it is part of the employee`s seniority. An employee may only be recalled to the position from which the employee has been dismissed. . . .
Collective Agreements Commonly Provide That Seniority Is Lost
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